With Pokemon: Let's go Pikachu and let's go Eevee set to get on the Nintendo Switch in just over a week, the Pokemon Company rages up the thrill of release with a new trailer. While the last gave us our first glimpse of the lavender city, this video shows some of the challenging coaches who stand in the way of becoming a Pokemon Master. Mild spoilers follow .
The trailer begins with a look at Sabrina, the mental type training director of Saffron City. We also get a glimpse of the leader of the villain Team Rocket, Giovanni, and a quick look at Elite Four – the four powerful coaches waiting for you in the Pokemon League. You will only be able to challenge Elite Four after you have collected all eight Gym badges in the Kanto region and you must defeat them in order to become champion. ”
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In particular, the new trailer also shows that the Red and Blue main character and rivals of the original Red, Blue and Yellow versions – appears in Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee. From the look of it, you will be able to beat them during your adventure, but if they use their original Pokemon series, it's still being seen. Red and Blue are not the only withdrawals of the original Gen 1 games either; At the end of the trailer you can see a brief glimpse of female coaches that appeared alongside them in the original works of the title.
As The Pokemon Company recently revealed, your adventure does not end when you have defeated Elite Fire. After becoming the Pokemon League champion, strong new Master Trainers appear throughout the region. Everyone specializes in a particular Pokemon, and you must fight them with the same Pokemon to claim his title.
Pokemon: Let's go Pikachu and let's go Eevee's launch for the Nintendo Switch on November 16th. You can read more about the games in our latest hands-on impressions. We also talked to Let's Go Director Junichi Masuda recently about the challenges of updating Pokemon Yellow to a new generation and why, among other things, Pokémon rivals will no longer work.